Saving disk space with the new RAD Studio Installer

RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin has a brand new installer that provides better user experience, higher flexibility and lower installation time, among other great benefits.

Nowadays it’s quite common (and recommended) to have an SSD disk, but those disks have a lower capacity than the traditional ones, and RAD Studio still requires a lot of disk space to fit the great set of amazing features that are included with the product.

So, if you want to save some space from your primary disk and you have a secondary drive, there are a couple of things you can do when installing RAD Studio (or Delphi or C++ Builder).

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